Bathsheba[bat̸h s̸hē′bə, bat̸h′s̸hi bə]
Bible the mother of Solomon by King David, whom she married after he had sent her first husband, Uriah, to death in battle: 2 Sam. 11
Origin of BathshebaClassical Hebrew (language) batsheva, literally , daughter of Sheba, daughter of the oath
In the Bible, the wife of Uriah and later of David. Her second son by David was Solomon.
From Hebrew בַּת (bát, “daughter [of]”) + שֶׁבַע (shéva, “seven”).